This is Antstream, a Netflix of video games retro

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    lovers of retro gaming will be celebrating the arrival of Anstream, a platform-type “Netflix”, which will allow players to enjoy classic titles. It is planned to be launched in the first quarter of 2019.

    Recently, the company has signed a collaboration agreement with five brands of video games, which will allow them to offer some of their titles more relevant.

    In this way, the service will feature multiple games:

    • SNK (Ikari Warriors)
    • Data East (Joe & Mac)
    • Epyx California Games)
    • Gremlin Interactive (Zool)
    • Technōs (Double Dragon)

    Anstream, new ways to enjoy retro

    The service will be available for PC, Mac, Xbox One, smart phones and tablets. Provides an accessible “easy, legal and fun” “thousands of classic titles” that were already out of the reach of the players.

    Your catalog will have “thousands” of classic games

    Some of these games will be: Impossible Mission, Gods, Joe & Mac, Crude Buster, Fatal Fury, Speedball 2 Brutal Deluxe, Bad Dudes vs Dragon Ninja or California Games.

    “Give you instant access to the best games is our main goal, and to locate and secure the rights of the securities that constitute the pillars of the video games is not an easy task. The partners that we can announce today are only the tip of the iceberg of what we have planned,” said Steve Cottam, president of Antstream.

    Those interested can register through their website, to receive upcoming news. With the arrival of the next year, will offer more details.

    this is Antstream, a Netflix of video games retro

    This is Antstream, a Netflix of video games retro
    December 21, 2018

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